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PRI's Environmental News Magazine

Earth Ear

Air Date: Week of May 4, 2012

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A Buddhist temple in Hong Kong (Photo: Mike Porter)

The haunting sounds of gongs and bells at a Buddhist temple near Hong Kong.

Transcript

[SOUND OF GONG BEING RUNG]

GELLERMAN: We leave you this week at a Buddhist Temple.

[SOUND CONTINUE]

GELLERMAN: Just outside of Hong Kong, visitors walk the sacred grounds, tap wishing bells and gongs and spin prayer wheels. Martyn Stewart recorded this for naturesound dot org.

[SOUNDS MADE BY BUDDHIST MONKS JUST OUTSIDE OF HONG KONG]

 

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